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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 06, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, MARCH C, 1909.
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Mr. Arthur Stremel, of Stremel Bros.
Mfg. CoJ, Minneapolis, says of the Kissel
Gentlemen: In reiponsc to your Inquiry as to how I like
my Kltcel Kar, I will say that I am perfectly satisfied.
I have used my ear all summer and have traveled about 4000
miles with very little expense and never got stalled on the road.
I have tried It In both hilly and sandy country and It always
worked like a charm. I am uslnn, a runabout of another make,
much smaller which costs three times as much fsr repairs.
KISSEL KAR ROADSTER MODEL 0-9.
Just Arrived from Factory
Seven Passenger Touring Car MODEL G-9
Motor G cylinders, cast in pairs.
Cylinders 4 3-4 x 4 3-4 GO-H.P.
Transmission Selective type.
Front axle I beam, heavy.
Rear axle Floating type, reinforced.
Brakes Internal and external double
acting on rear hubs, 14 ins. diam.
Frame Picssed steel.
Specifications G-9 Models
Wheel base 130 inches.
Wheels 30-inch, quick detachable
Bcaringi Timkcn roller bearings
Radiator Flat, tubular with fan.
Lubricatfon Mechanical oiler posi
Springs 3-4 elliptic.
Universal joints Spicer, oil and dust
Ignition Atwater-Kent generator
and Bosh magneto.
Driving shaft With large bevel
gears and bevel gear differential.
Body 5 or 7 passengers.
Regular equipment 2 side lamps,
tail lamp, horn and complete set
Full equipment includes Fantasoto'or
Mohair top, top cover, glass front,
pas lamps and gas tank, and robe
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
Los Angeles to Daggett Distance 1G7 miles
40-horsepowcr touring car Time 8hrs. lGmin.
Victorville to Los Angeles Distance 105 miles
40-horsepowcr touring car Time 3hrs. 53min.
Road leads over one mountain rangj.altitude 500 ft.
then across desert 40 miles
Los Angeles to Bakcrsficld Distance 151 miles
40-hontpower roadster, 4 passenger Time 5hrs. 43 mill.
Read leads "Up San Fransquito Canyon; fording G7
streams, then across Cajon Mountain; altitude 0,-
Los Angeles to Kcwhall Distance 29 miles
40-horseoovvcr roadster , Time 47min.
Road leads over famous Newhnll Pass; Worst hill in
Los Amjeles to Santa Ana Distance 38 miles
Tabasco . . . . Time Olmin.
Fastest road record in California for the distance.
Los Angeles to San Juan Caprastrana Distance CO miles
Tabasco Time lhr. 30min.
Los Angeles to Occansidc Distance 100 miles
Tabasco. . Time 3hrs,
Los Angeles to San Diego Distance 142 miles
Tabasco ., Time 4hrs. lGVginin.
Fastest rcid record in State.
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
USE FRESH WATER
IN MAKING TEA.
Some people never empty out the
vvntcr In u tea kvttlt vvhtn about to
refill It. Thin lit n groiitmlstako.
If tlio water In to holisoil for took
ins purposes, ulwavit start with a
fresh supply of coM water v. hen you
arc rtbout to ret tlio kuttlo on the
A'liihur hint Is this: Never draw
tlio water for the ten kettlo from tho
liot water tuncet no matter whether
(ho water In llio lanlt Is healed or
Wutor from the hot water pipes Is
nevor bo fresh its that from tho cold.
KITCHEN HELPS THAT
MAY PROVE USEFUL.
If the soup Is too bally add a few
pUces of potato iiud I'ook a lilt lu
jonger. They will aluoih tho inirpliis
Lemons put Into a dish and envoi cri
with colli witlor will keep for week
at u lltuo.
A teacup of keroseno In n gallon of
warm wnlur fit Tar lietler tlun soap
for wnnhlng painted woodwork.
SUGAR ALLAYS FATIGUE.
If you nn fugged out day or night
try entlug n llitlo biigar.
A lump of sugar will restoro the
Moinnch niul tako awjy that tlr.-l
., Sugar Is recommended to women
whoso cheeks aro hollow.
It has a way of building up tissue.
largo class of people. Whether the
afternoon coffeo habit will must he
left to tho futiuo.
To all men ami to tho majority of
women it Is a far more palatable and
stimulating drink than S o'clock tea.
At any ratu, clrls aro scrvjng It In
fnshlouablo parlors, people at tho res
taurants are drinking it and all sorts
of ware Is being made up Into 'after
noon coffee sots.
Tho person who knows good coffee
knows too much to make or servo It
In nnj thing except eatthen or china
vurc. Thu metal coffee pot Is In
jurious to tho tasto and should bo
TAFFETA NOT SHOWN,
Tho use of taffeta seems to have
been relegated to petticoats this sin
vou, all of tho silken gowns being de
veloped In thu toft ribbed bilks Otto
luan, Hen gallno and faille, which of
course more readily fuil n tho sheath
llko Hues that are ess ir.ial.
DAINTY SACHET LININGS.
Keeling sachet linings In tho bu
lenu drawers In a dainty habit.
I'retty little covers may he made fur
them of rosebud muslin, tied at the
tide with pink wash ribbons, and caul
ly lemoved for laundering.
Tho number of alluring c rfeo rets
given as Chilstmas presmts point to
thu fact that this drink ! becoming
more fiibhtoiiahlo than tea for the af
ternoon. Tills Is a (' 'man ami u Dutch
fashion mid n i ulitable one Amer
icans lire n-ilTee drinkers and aie (julto
ivlllii": to mill another cup to their
usual supply Just how healthful It
Is lu loft for the doeior to say.
Certainly afternoon tea Is na Indi
gestible a thing us most peoplo ran
drink, It takes nlf tho appetite Tor
dinner and creates ns much nervous
nogs ns ci iff i e,
Tho afternoon ton Imhlt. however,
Jias novcr got n strouu hold upon any
HOW TO REPAIR LACE CURTAINS
Cut off tho lower sealloicd edge of
your lace curtail around the turn and
lay It nn tho next above, whero It is
worn out "from the sun and dust strik
ing it," then finish cutting.
Haste and sew to tho good part by
machine, cut all thu old net away and
you havo a good pulr of curtains
leaching to tho window sills.
tho cheapest unbleached miiBlIn, tack
ed with wrapping twine, they make
good mattress protectors, besides
making the tied sottei.
TO MAKE GOOD PASTE.
I'erhaps one wishes to mnko tip to
tiso Immediately a lot of paste. Paper
hangers' paste will answer. This is
made by adding a teaspponful of pow
dered alum to a pound of flour and
mixing thoroughly with hot water.
IDEA IN SUGAR TONGS.
Sugar tongs in the shapu of silver
wishbones are especially nlco for tho
Individual tea service.
LONDON, England, Keb. 22. The
London section of tho United States
Navy League celebrated both Wash
ington's lllrthday and the homecom
ing of the Fleet at Its annual dinner
at the Hyde l'ark Hotel tonight.
About, sevcnty-lHe members were
present. Ambassador Held, the prin
cipal upealter, h.itil:
"Having the longest seacoast 'of
nuy great 1'nwer, tho United States
Ought to have a navy somewhat cor
tespondlng to It. Having a big tiado
afloat, the I'nlted States should aspire
to have it carried In Its own vessels,
at least (onl for the American vviil-ships.
"In tho history of our Navy it has'
never spoken In more thrilling tones'
than this very day. It has Just been
reunited on our own shores without
loss or accident after an unparallel
ed voyage in peace, honor, and ever-
increasing friendliness nil around thu
world. Wht'n theso much-traveled ,
i battleships saluted .Roosevelt today,!
the thunder of their guns was anoth
er shot heard around the world."
Lieut. Coindr. (Millions, naval at
tache, advocated a stiong lleet for
both Atlantic and Pacific.
It's all ready for you a new, hand
some suit, inailo for us to cell to ion
by Hart, Schaflner & Mnrx, who make
tho best clothes lu tho world. We
know you will llko them. Sllva's Tog
gery, King near Foil street.
I'or tho finest dry and seasoned
stove wood, cut in convenient lengths,
and thu host coal for household use,
lihmiu to the Unlon-l'nclflc Transfer
Co., ns. Deliveries promptly made.
Hollows and sunken places In the
corners of your premium should he
filled In. The are unsightly and mi
healthful. Let me llgure with you. I'.
M. I'onil, cohtractor. I'hnne 890.
Steel Interest preparing for rate
war which may have widespread In-jluetice.
TACKING WINDOW SHADES.
If In replacing a window shade en
the roller tho material seems to be
weak, to the tacks will not hold, It
may bo strengthened by stretching n
pleeu of tape across tho shado and
tacking tluoiigh that as well as the
material Itself. Then tho stralu Is
largely trhnroil by the tape.
Violet Icing may be made by adding
u llttlo blueberry Julco to tho ordinary
MAKE OVER COMFORTERS.
When old comforters havo become
loo heavy and shabby to repair, If
they aro washed mid tho outsldo edges
cut otf to fit tho bed and covered with
There is gpod in
all beer. There is food in die malted
barley and tonic in the hop extract.
But beer that is not thoroughly
pure, beer imperfectly lagered, gives
you the harm with the. good.
The best beer for the Honolulu
climate is the beer that is brewed and
aged here, under -the proper condi
tions Primo Beer
WOMEN'S NATIONAL RIVERS
AND HARBOR CONGRESS
This last week has soon the begin
nlng of n movement am nig the women
of this Territory, which may yet touch
vitally Its futuic both In public ami
domestic life. The Woman's National
ltlvers and Harbors Congress has
mnde Its first appeal through thu Vlco
'.resident of this Territory, Mrs. Au
gustus Kntulren, who spoke to n large
and representative gathering of men
and women, held under tho uiiHpleen
of tho College Club, llnru of the en
thuslubiu and public spirit roused by
her address, a society of over II fly
members ha: already been organized.
Now women nio especially Interest
til In Conservation, because It touches
most Intimately tho futuro of the chil
dren, not nlono lu broadly commer
cial and public ways, hut also In (heir
personal attitude toward natural sur
loundlugs, concerning which a loving
caro nnd responsibility Is us vital n
root of patriotism us Is a love of polltl
cal Institutions; vital also to nil home
loving nnd thrifty peoples.
Tho woman's organization pledges
such help lu education ami stimulation
as women can best give, when the so
liition of a public problem must lest
largely In tho hands of a coming gen
eration. Hut membership Ib by no
means limited to women. Reside men
mid women us Individuals, clubi, enr
'porntlons, etc., nio Invited to tharo lu
this common work,
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, nt The
I'lcnsantou, Honolulu, will bo glad lo
lecehe Hie mimes nnd fees of any
Ihteiesled lo forward to the main so
tlety, which will acknowledge the
same and send ic.cclpt. The mime
Is to ho used to dlssemlnalo literature
on all phases of thu conservation of
natural lesources. Single mernhci
bhlp Is J1.0O per year; corporations
under flvo hundred Is $:i.0O; over,
.mhh. I'Hii.ii' l wi:avi:h.
Chairman l'uhllcltv fommlltco
Tho Womnn's National ltlvers nnd
Harbors Congress advocates u pulley
mid not a project.
It will stand for u bio.ul nnd liberal
policy by the National Oovoi ninent for
tho development of our Inlund walei
ways and harbors and the extension of
our forcbts, as ono 'probIe.ni. Hlvurs
and forests lire Interdependent. Na
turo has Imllsbolubly linked theso two
greatest physical resources. "Their
Impiovement should- be vlgoiously
met, together, nnd at once."
Wo believe that our natural re
touices should bo conserved and do
vuluncd lu u 'national way, and that
biicli development Is only possible by
u national agency, whose policy It
would bu to secuio for the entire conn
trj. Irrespective of section, division
or Stale, the greatest b.-nellls nt the
V huflovo that tho United Slnte.i
has reached the critical slugs from the
wanton wnstu and neglect of Its na
tiral iomiiiiccs, that thu peoplu
eVe'ry where of nil clashes and condi
tions, must pause and take counsel
for the b"st methods of conservation,
and that Immedliilu action Is neces
sary to save these basal factois of
We believe that It Is tho duly of
tho governments, National and Htate,
and every Individual, to cn'operalo lu
(he following out of some eompreheii
slvo plan, nutlluivl by experts and ap
proved by thu National ((neriiiin nt.
Anil we urge nil who believe in this
policy to Join with us lu a demand lo
the I'edeial (loverninent for laws and
appioprlatloiiH for this gieat wink,
which when accomplished will pljco
our Nation In her rightful position
nulling the nations of the earth, mid
will pec ii re to all futuie general Inns
their lawful herltugu of water, foieuts
To I'ccompllsh this ncecBsary devel
opment of our Nation's walerwajs and
harbors, wu ask that the Federal Nov
eminent make un animal nppi epila
tion or not less than jr0,imil,(lim, and
that such other appropriation ehall ho
annually made ns shall provide nilo
ipuloly for tho oxlomlon of our Nil
linn's fin eat u.
Dr. Iloraie 12. Meikel. who was ono
of (he lree organleiH of the Fintei
nul Older or Ragles at Seattle, Wash.,
eleven years ago, Is diad ut his hoinu
In Kansas City.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
I, T. FELIX fiOUIUUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTiriEK
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